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We are 13th Colony Sound Savannah, GA’s chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

In these unprecedented times, barbershop harmony, like many other performance arts, has become considerably more challenging to preserve. 13th Colony Sound, the Savannah Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, is one of the chapters who has taken on this mantle of preservation.

If you have enjoyed our performances in the past, if you love good harmony, if you even just appreciate the arts in general, please consider supporting 13th Colony sound by making a charitable contribution. Click the button below. Thank you for your generous support.


MEETING PLACE/TIMES

NOTICE: At the request of our host church, only fully vaccinated Chapter Members and Guests providing proof of inoculation are currently permitted in Cranmer Hall.

Monday nights…
Mixed Chorus from 6:30-8:30 PM

St. John’s Episocopal Church – Cranmer Hall
27 W Charlton Street, Savannah, GA 31401

How It All Began

April 11, 1938 – 26 men gathered on a rooftop in Tulsa, OK with one purpose in mind: singing in the barbershop quartet style. Led by O.C. Cash and Rupert Hall, these 26 men started what quickly became the singing fraternity now known as the Barbershop Harmony Society. With over 25,000 men of all ages, races, religions and creeds, and affiliated organizations all over the world, in countries like Great Britain, Germany, Finland, New Zealand, South Africa, and many many more, barbershop has spread it’s unique style of harmony to the ends of the earth, and right in your very own hometown.

A Savannah Landmark Since 1970

Stroll through the breathtakingly beautiful scenic Savannah, GA and you may hear the harmonious sound of barbershoppers ringing out those barbershop chords. Chartered in 1970, 13th Colony Sound, the Savannah Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, spread this unique style of harmony singing to the oldest planned city in America. Dozens of quartets and hundreds of members throughout the years have sought to bring joy through song, singing in nursing homes, retirement communities, weddings, funerals, valentines, and even putting on full musical theatrical performances for harmony-lovers of all ages to enjoy.

Looking to the future, 13th Colony Sound is embracing the Society’s “Everyone In Harmony” initiative opening the door for women to join our chorus. We are turning up the fun by putting on even more shows and events for you and your family to enjoy. Celebrate with us, as we look back on the past 75 years of barbershop music, and look forward to the many, many more that lie ahead.